A four-year partnership with Defence Science and Technology Group (DST) will see APR.Intern place up to 100 PhD interns with Defence. From late 2017, some of Australia’s brightest PhDs will undertake 3-5 month projects to build essential industry research skills at the frontline of national security innovation. With a focus on gender equity, the internships are open to all eligible STEM PhD students with support from the Department of Education and Training through the Supporting more women in STEM careers: APR.Intern—National Research Internship Program.
“APR.Intern’s national internship program is a great opportunity to harness the potential of graduates with STEM qualifications. We at DST are very excited by this initiative and have stepped up to take advantage of this opportunity,” said Dr Alex Zelinsky, Chief Defence Scientist, DST.
Round two of DST projects have now closed. Please subscribe to be notified about future projects.
Students – must be able to secure a baseline clearance and be an Australian citizen.
DST Group Employees – guidelines are currently in development. Please contact APR.Intern or DST on the below details.
$15K – PHD STUDENT AT $3K PER MONTH
$5.5K – ACADEMIC MENTOR PAYMENT
$5.5K – ADMINISTRATION COST PROJECT MANAGEMENT
50%* REBATE AVAILABLE TO DST GROUP FOR APPROVED PROJECTS.
For all DST enquiries please contact:
Science Outreach and Inclusion
Defence Science & Technology Group
T: 03 9626 8897
This program is supported by the Australian Government Department of Education and Training, through the ‘Supporting more women in STEM careers: Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI) – National Research Internships Program’.